The New York Times reports that three high-level executives at Google were accused of sexual misconduct, but the company stayed silent about it. One of them was Andy Rubin, who created the Android mobile software. Rubin was having an affair with another Google employee, who said he forced her to perform oral sex in a hotel room in 2013. Google investigated and said her claim was credible. He denies it. Rubin left the company in 2014 -- with a $90 million exit package.